OntoChem is now indexing >400 million public documents with semantic ontology concepts from over 35 knowledge domains using FAIR concept identifiers. For example, an ontology concept identifier (OCID) is assigned to each chemical compound, r... read more
Have a look at our latest talk we gave together with Google and Collabra at the ACS Spring Meeting 2021 about “Synergy through integration of data sources”.
It isn’t self-evident that access to open-source data comes for ... read more
The “Structured Product Labeling” (SPL) files of the United States FDA are a valuable public ressource for drugs on the market. Thus, UNII (Unique Ingredient Identifier) numbers are assigned to each drug and its chemical structure i... read more
We gave a virtual presentation about SciWalker and SciWalker Studio as integrated tools for chemistry-focused semantic knowledge extraction as part of the BioData World Congress 2020 (that would have taken place in Basel were it not for the COV... read more
OntoChem was participating at the virtual edition of the 16th German Conference on Cheminformatics and SAMPL Satellite Workshop from 2-4 October 2020. We presented SciWalkerread more
Let our CEO Dr. Lutz Weber tell you about SciWalker’s unique semantic chemical search capabilties.
The video was recorded as part of ChemAxon’s “Cheminfo Stories” Partner Session.
Probably most of the scientific information is captured in tables – for example in US patents from 2001-2017 we have extracted more than 10 million tables containing interesting properties on materials and compou... read more
Many words can have different meanings – also known as “homonyms”. Homonymic terms are often the cause for false positive search hits. How do we use semantic indexing to find what you intended to?read more